BLUEBELL COTTAGE ANNINGSLEY PARK, RUNNYMEDE KT16 0QU, UK

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Bedrooms: 4

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Last Sold: JAN 2003

Price: £450000


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2021-04-07 19:12, User_1

Martin Flashman & Co Agent Valuation of this property is £750,000

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Located in one of Ottershaw's most desirable private lanes, Martin Flashman & Co are delighted to offer for sale this charming three/four bedroom link detached chalet house which enjoys a wonderful setting, sitting centrally within its own lightly wooded plot and garden on the south westerly section of Anningsley Park.

Situated between Ottershaw Village and the McLaren roundabout, Bluebell Cottage enjoys an almost semi-rural location. Ottershaw Village with its couple of local supermarkets, post office, a pub, restaurant, a handful of local shops, pharmacy, doctors and dental practices, is just under a mile and a half away. For a broader range of facilities one has to venture no further than Woking town centre with its fabulous range of shops, the Peacock Centre, New Victoria Theatre and Ambassador Cinema. Fast and frequent train service run to London Waterloo as well as the south coast. The area is very well served with excellent leisure facilities including Foxhills Country Club and numerous golf clubs which are all readily accessible. A journey of around two miles takes you to the M25 which in turn gives access to the M3, Heathrow and Gatwick airports. There are good schools in Ottershaw and numerous state and private sector schools a little further afield.

Approached via a gravelled driveway which provides plenty of parking, a picket fenced gate gives access to the property both via the side/rear garden which leads to both the substantial conservatory to the side, the rear door giving access via the kitchen and the original front door to the southerly side of the property. Nicely proportioned the accommodation is versatile and well laid out providing a great mix of living and bedroom accommodation over the ground along with a couple of bedrooms including the master to the first floor.

Whilst our client uses the access via the kitchen as their main route of ingress and egress, if one were to enter via the original front door to the front that opens into a lovely large bay windowed lounge which features a fireplace to the wall opposing the bay, gives access to both the dining room and kitchen and has stairs which rise to the first floor. The dining room is again a great size with a bay window which complements that of the living room. A second door leads through to the hallway to the rear. The large kitchen which overlooks the gardens to the rear in conjunction to the notably large conservatory, to which it is partially open plan, form the heart of the house. The kitchen is well fitted with an abundance of wall and base units providing plenty of storage, cupboards, drawers and work surfaces. A large double size gas fired Aga takes pride of place. A door leads through to the substantial conservatory which serves as both a living and dining room through the summer months.

Additionally, over the ground floor you will find a good double size bedroom which is well appointed with fitted wardrobes, is served by a full en-suite bathroom and has sliding doors which open directly onto the garden. There is also a large re-fitted shower room and what would otherwise be the smallest bedroom or possibly even a study is currently configured as a utility room. Upstairs you will find two good size bedrooms with the master being a lovely double aspect room with good built in storage whilst the second bedroom is also a good size with a large walk in wardrobe and access to eaves storage to both the front and rear. Both rooms are served by an enclosed shower room with a separate W.C.

We are advised by our client that the plot size is something over a quarter of an acre and under a third. It essentially comprises two large lawned areas of garden which sit to the front and rear of the property, with the curtilage being generously planted with various mature trees and shrubs which consequently provides a good deal of privacy and seclusion.

A genuinely rare opportunity to acquire a charming and unique property with masses of potential. We’d be delighted to arrange a viewing for you!

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